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THE RECIPIENTS OF THE

STEPHANOS MACRYMICHALOS AWARD

 

 

The regulations follow at the end of the page

 

2016

Adrian Ritoridis:

"The Allied Blockade of Greece during WWI" (Greek - English)

2015

Manolis Koutsounakis:

"Greek perfin stamps" (Greek)

2014

George Sotiropoulos:

"The Serbs in Corfu during WWI" (Greek - English)

2013

Thodore Papaeliou:

"The postal history of Athens 1882-1912" (Greek)

2012

Adrian Ritoridis:

"Mail detained in France during the German occupation" (Greek - English)

2011

Anthony Manoloudis:

"The town of Corfu, the Aspiotis firm and the 1911 definitives" (Greek - English)

2010

Alexandre Galinos:

"The history of the Interallied Thrace issues" (Greek - English)

2009

Anthony Virvilis:

"The use of the term Philotely in the 19th century" (Greek - English)

2008

Socrates Bosovitch:

"Air-dropped propaganda leaflets" (Greek - English)

2007

Neoklis Zafirakopoulos:

"The control figures and the printing of the first Greek stamps" (Greek - English)

2006

Takis Karatzas:

"Greek perfin stamps" (Greek)

2005

Costas Chazapis:

"Partisan stamps" (Greek)

2004

Nick Asimakopulos:

"The first wavy line of large Hermes heads" and "Treasures of Hellenic philately" (Greek - English)

2003

John Daes:

"The scraped out postmarks of Macedonia" (Greek)

2002

Costas Chazapis:

"The Bulgarian occupation of Greece 1941-44" (Greek - English)

2001

Anthony Virvilis:

"The Polish issues of 1934" (Greek)

2000

Takis Karatzas:

"The Postal Administration of the Cretan State" (Greek)

1999

Panayotis Ioannidis:

"The settings of the 1912-1913 "ELLINIKI DIOIKISIS" overprint. The sequence and their interdependence" (Greek)

1998

Gerassimos Vlachos:

"Santa Maura: Incoming and outgoing mail from March 1815 to March 1865" (Greek - English)

1997

Gerassimos Vlachos:

"Mail routes and postal rates between Great Britain and Ionian Islands 1819-1865" (Greek - English)

1996

John Daes:

"A proposal for the codification of the Hellenic Post Office cancellations" (Greek)

1995

Socrates Bosovitch:

"Italian occupation of Eastern Crete 1941-1943" (Greek - English)

1994

Takis Karatzas:

"Notes on the study for the classification of the Cretan State stamps" (Greek - English)

1993

Theodore Papaeliou:

"The Macedonian Question" (Greek)

1992

Neoklis Zafirakopoulos:

"Censorship on civilian correspondence in Greek territories occupied by the Germans during 1941-1944" (Greek)

1991

Postal History Research Group of H.P.S.:

"Currency control in Greece 1936-1940" (Greek)

1990

Louis Basel:

"Control numbers of the 20 lepta of the 1867 large Hermes head" (Greek - English)

1989

John Coundouros:

"Control number errors of the large Hermes heads" (Greek - English)

1988

Socrates Bosovitch:

"Airmail markings OAT and AV2 in correspondence from Greece" (Greek - English)

1987

Panayotis Ioannidis:

"Detailed classification of the small Hermes heads" (Greek)

1986

Nick Kardassilaris:

"Greek Postal Administration in Eastern Thrace 1920-1922" (Greek - English)

1985

Jack Vayakis:

"Greek prisoners in Italian camps during the Second World War" (Greek - French)

1984

Demitris Yiannoudis:

"The official handstamps of the Greek consular authorities and the activities of the mail distributing and postal exchange offices of the pre-adhesive period" (Greek - English)

 

REGULATIONS FOR THE

STEPHANOS MACRYMICHALOS AWARD

 

1. In order to promote philatelic knowledge, the Hellenic Philotelic Society, following a decision of 15 February 1983, has established an annual award, in the memory of the founder of "Philotelia" journal, Stephanos Macrymichalos.

2. Each year's award is presented to the author of the best original article which has been concluded during that year in "Philotelia".

3. For the selection of the best article, voting takes place, where all Hellenic Philotelic Society members are eligible to participate.

4. The yearly proclamation of the award, the announcement of the nominated articles and the voting process are the responsibility of the journal's Editorial Committee.

5. The presentation of the award takes place during the General Assembly of the Society.

6. The present regulations replace those of January 1985.

April 2011

 


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